The Razor Crest is LEGO set 75292-1. It has a score of 90. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 10 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 8.94% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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The Razor Crest!!! I was so excited when it arrived at my door. The build took 4 hours and 30 minutes and there was only one part where attaching the technic pieces was challenging (getting several holes and rods to line up correctly). The finished product is very visually impressive, not only is it a play set but possibly a display piece. As far as playability it lacks a carrying handle that you would usually see on ships this size but that's not too big of a problem considering how sturdy the build is, you can grab onto the wings or the bottom. The interior is mostly empty with nothing but the carbonite bricks inside, but that does make lots of room for any modifications you want to add, or just fill it full with minifigures.
The original pre-order of this set sold out in hours, and with the new season of the show launching just in time for the holiday shopping season (yes, we see you, Disney…), it's unlikely you're going to see this set on discount anytime soon. Nevertheless, it's a solid addition to the LEGO Star Wars collection of anybody who's enjoyed The Mandalorian.
It's refreshing to have something new from the Star Wars universe to build. Despite the various crafts and vehicles zooming around a galaxy far, far away, a small handful of iconic ships seems to be on an endless rotation. The Mandalorian has injected a little new life into the world of Star Wars and as a result the LEGO Star Wars theme. The Mandalorian spends a lot of time in his ship, so it was an obvious choice to become a LEGO set, but the result is a great build, which some fun play features. The inside is a little sparse, yet there are a couple of nice details in there, particularly the Carbonite-frozen bounties. For many, the set has been and will be of most interest for The Child Minifigure, which is a cool little part of a much bigger set. If you liked the Disney+ series and want something to build along with the second season, you'll certainly have fun with this.
Seven months have passed since 75292 The Razor Crest was announced and this set was undoubtedly worth waiting for. This rendition of the distinctive gunship looks magnificent and includes marvellous external detail, despite some minor inaccuracies in colour. Moreover, the interior is surprisingly spacious, providing ample room for furnishings and minifigures.
75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport is a fun LEGO Star Wars set. It's a genuinely new experience across the board, for what you build and how you build it, with a good selection of minifigures (that could be better) and plenty of play potential across a 1000+ piece count. This is a LEGO Star Wars set packed with detail and function both true to the source material and enjoyable to build and play with.
I really, really want to like this set. Anything coming from such a great show, gives very high expectations. But... This one falls short. Don't get me wrong: it's a decent set. It captures the Razor Crest, and it looks good. But somehow, I expected more. It feels too simple, rushed. The inside is mostly empty, with a few stickers trying to give it an interior. The model will work as a display piece, I guess, but it's too minimal for me. Maybe my expectations were too high, but they are certainly not met. If it was any other ship in the Star Wars universe, I would be fine with it, but not with the Razor Crest.
Finally, I get to build the greatest set of 2020: Baby Yoda! I really love this little guy/girl/unknown. The build starts off pretty easy, and I was surprised how fast I was done. Just look how cute the end result is! The set also comes with an unusally large selection of spare parts, certainly considering how little parts there are in the build. And why does the box say Razor Crest? No idea what that is... Anyway, I can really recommend this set. It's a bit pricy for just a figure, but worth it. [Editor's note: this is a joke review, but a lot of fun!]